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Cultural Change through Measurable Management
Fri 14 October 2016, 14:00 – 16:00 BST
If you are looking into solutions or just curious to learn practical, proven ways to improve leadership and engagement to create a culture where people embrace organisational change and continuous improvement, feel valued and appreciated and are able to talk freely about issues in an atmosphere of openness, trust and collaboration, then this session is for you.
An introduction to 'Cultural Change through Measurable Management' is designed to show you how you can support your team leaders in getting the best from their people, leading to higher levels of performance and productivity. You will learn how your company or organisation can benefit from a solution of measures, resources and activities to improve leadership, develop teams and increase staff satisfaction.
Robin Byrne, creator of Cultural Change through Measurable Management, will show you an innovative way to:
- Increase Revenue, Productivity and Efficiency
- Reduce Costs and Waste
He will also describe how 'Measurable Management' went from its original creation in the UK to being nominated for the 2011 United Nations NGO Positive Peace Award in the United States (for its phenomenal ability to deliver positive outcomes for customers, employees and their organisations).
Tea and coffee will be available from 2.00pm with the presentation beginning at 2.15 and concluding at 4.00pm.
All attendees will have the chance to win a signed copy of Robin's entertaining and informative book 'Cultural Change through Measurable Management'.
About Robin Byrne
Robin originally ran operations for Xerox in the North East before he developed the Measurable Management programme and successfully implemented it with businesses like Arriva, NSK Bearings, Tarmac and Toshiba amongst many others.
An invitation from the University of South Dakota in 2002 took him to the States and, after successfully rolling it across America, the programme is today implemented in the US Air Force which stated it was 'the most effective programme for making things happen that they had ever experienced'.